How to use this reading plan
If you fall behind, don’t worry—just pick up where you left off.
For on-line use: Click the chapter links to read our online WebBible with its thousands of helpful study links explaining words, who people and places are, answers to questions, etc.
For off-line use: Print these pages, and check each chapter read from your printed Bible or any on-line Bible.
TIPS to keep on target in your daily reading
Try to read as early in the day as possible. Evangelism trainer Ray Comfort recommends, “No Bible, No Breakfast. No Read, No Feed.”
Find an accountability partner who can encourage you in your spiritual life.
To learn more about how to grow in your spiritual life, see Ten Tips for New and Growing Christians.
Another recommended reading program: Read through the Bible in CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER—here are two books which explain why and how:
Footsteps Through The Bible: A 52-Week Chronological Reading Plan and Study Reference by Richard M. Gagnon (hardcover, Hendrickson Publishers, 2000)
Cover to Cover: The Acclaimed Plan to Read the Bible Through in One Year As It Actually Happened by Selwyn Hughes & Trevor J. Partridge (hardcover, 448 pages, Broadman & Holman, 1999)
Author: Michael Coley . Used with permission. Provided by Christian Answers.